The Green Recruitment is the Premium Provider of Global Recruitment Solutions to the Green Energy & Technology Sector. Our Award-Winning Permanent Recruitment Division operates across offices in London, New York, Beijing, Sydney, Dubai and Mexico City. We have candidate talent pools in 105 countr...
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The Green Recruitment Company is the premium provider of Global Recruitment Solutions to the Green Energy and Technology sector. Connecting the talent and leadership of tomorrow is essential to the growth of the Green Energy sector and our Executive Search practice is at the forefront of this. Ou...
The Green Energy & Technology sector often relies on being able to access workers for specific projects, on specific timescales or in specific niche skill sets. In support of our clients, The Green Recruitment Company offers a flexible and customisable service for the supply of interim and freela...
The Green Recruitment Company offers bespoke, industry-leading research services which allows our clients to develop a competitive advantage. Information provided by TGRC within these reports can be used as a basis for highly effective, strategic decision making formed by accurate market data. Re...
Our innovative technology offering, Green 360, takes the guesswork out of recruitment. Our award-winning combination of advanced technology and cutting-edge methodology produces in-depth candidate assessment via personality tests and video interviews, streamlining the recruitment process, reducin...
“You can have any color economy you like, but it must be green!”
“You can have any color economy you like, but it must be green!” By Harry Davies, Country Manager USA, email@example.com Hen...23 Mar
A Survey of Subsidy-Free Solar in Europe
A Survey of Subsidy-Free Solar in Europe By Harry Moncur, Head of European Solar, firstname.lastname@example.org Subsidy free solar has b...
Central Asia and the shift to green energy: Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan
Central Asia and the shift to green energy: Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan By Qihan Geng, Head of APAC, email@example.com Becoming a gre...23 Mar
The USA in 2020; Red, White, Blue and Green
The USA in 2020; Red, White, Blue and Green By Harry Davies, Country Manager USA, firstname.lastname@example.org Green is the most import...
Singapore and Green Energy
Singapore and Green Energy By Qihan Geng, Head of APAC, email@example.com High achievers Singapore is a real success story, it has ...11 Mar
Could Australia benefit from Victorian Values?
Could Australia benefit from Victorian Values? By Tim Hall, Country Manager Australia, firstname.lastname@example.org Tough times Whilst it is alw...
Five Reasons to be Thankful for the Renewable Energy Sector this Year
Happy Thanksgiving Thanksgiving is a great tradition in the US, from a full day of football, turkey and films like Planes, Trains and Automobiles, ...19 Nov
Get Ready for the Hydrogen Boom
On May 6 in 1937, New Jersey became home to one of the most widely known disasters in history – the Hindenburg disaster. The German passenger airsh...
Have We Seen Peak Coal in South East Asia?
South East Asia is an area that fascinates outsiders, an increasingly important trade and innovation hub, it is seen as an area of great economic o...06 Nov
Spanish Renewable Energy - Not Just Tilting at Windmills
With the exception of the Netherlands, few countries can claim to have such an enduring love affair with the windmill as Spain. Cervantes’ masterpi...
Britain: a big fan of wind energy?
Great weather, we’re having… A few years ago, a survey found that nine in ten Britons had talked about the weather in the last six hours. It is a w...24 Oct
Green Recruitment Partners with Hopes & Homes For Children, Runs Royal Parks Half Marathon
Last weekend, a number of The Green Recruitment Company team ran the Royal Parks Half Marathon on behalf of our partner charity Hopes & Homes For C...
Solar in the Midnight Sun
Scandinavia has a long history of offering global thought leadership. The form of this thought leadership has often been to aim to make the world a...06 Aug
Finance, Mergers & Acquisitions
The green energy space enjoys a particular constant, namely that it is always in a state of change. This is especially true at the corporate level,...
Italian Solar: La Dolce PVita
Italy has a great pedigree when it comes to achieving its renewable energy targets. There was a lot of excitement when its renewable targets for 20...26 Jul
What Next for Australian Renewables?
What to expect from what you weren’t expecting If the last decade has shown the world anything about politics, it’s to expect the unexpected. Polls...
Can Offshore Wind Be Big In Japan?
I have recently returned from two weeks in Japan and it got me thinking; as a country, Japan has always faced some specific challenges to its prosp...22 May
Three Key Takeaways from Intersolar 2019
Last week several of the team at The Green Recruitment Company were in Munich at the annual Intersolar event. As always the event provided a valuab...
Is Happiness an Electric Car? What Scandinavia can teach us about EVs
Is Happiness an Electric Car? What Scandinavia can teach us about EVs By Will Mackay Head of E-Mobility & Energy Storage, Will.mackay@greenrecruitm...18 Apr
Green Recruitment Company Shortlisted for Business Green Award
Following on from our three shortlists at the Recruiter Awards last month, The Green Recruitment Company is delighted to announce more awards succe...
Could the Future of Solar be all at Sea?
Could the Future of Solar be all at Sea? By Qihan Geng, APAC Lead, email@example.com Floating Solar also known as Floating Photovol...10 Apr
Three Ways Australia is Offering Leadership to the Overloaded Grid Dilemma
Three Ways Australia is Offering Leadership to the Overloaded Grid Dilemma By Tim Hall, Australia Country Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org ...
The Tide is Turning for Offshore Wind
the Tide is Turning for Offshore Wind I am standing on the beach in eastern Massachusetts looking out over the ocean. I can see tremendous potentia...02 Apr
Is Floating Offshore Wind the Future of European Wind Power?
The current state of innovation in renewable energy reads a bit like something from Charles Dickens. You wouldn’t be faulted if you considered it t...
Which Way Is Onshore Wind Blowing?
Onshore wind is gearing up for another great year. A new report out last month showed US wind costs dropped 7% in 2018. In some US locations, wind ...23 Jan
What's Going On in New York Energy Storage?
Energy storage has become a big talk issue across the United States. Storing the energy from the sun and wind and having enough power during high u...
The Australian Renewable Energy Sector – A Candidate Led Market
The Australian renewable energy market is booming and recruitment into the sector is at an all-time high. According to the last Renewable Energy In...03 Sep
Green Recruitment Company Finalists for Three APSco Awards
The Green Recruitment Company are delighted to announce they have been shortlisted for 3 APSco Awards for Excellence. We are pleased to announce th...
The Energy Deficit in Africa: The Access to Power and its benefits.
The Energy Deficit in Africa is clear for all to see, with 620 million people and two thirds of households without access to power. This figure wil...26 Apr
Municipal Energy Companies – What place do they have in the market?
Over the last two years, local authorities have been quick to follow the leads of Bristol Energy and Nottingham’s Robin Hood Energy in launching th...